The Crescent Hill Community Council (CHCC) is a non-profit organization that serves as an advocate for maintaining Crescent Hill’s quality of life and strengthening community pride and involvement.

What Does the Crescent Hill Community Council Do?

The CHCC engages with the community to:

  • Bring neighbors and volunteers together
  • Host and sponsor community events such as the Fourth of July Fireworks, Easter Egg Hunt, Chili Cookoff, and Holiday Open House with Santa
  • Host monthly meetings all community members can attend
  • Maintain relationships with the Frankfort Avenue Business Association and other Crescent Hill organizations and institutions
  • Advocate for neighborhood physical improvements
  • Strengthen the relationship with Metro agencies and elected officials
  • Promote a safe neighborhood

Why Should You Become a Member?

Membership offers Crescent Hill residents the opportunity to:

  • Maintain meaningful connections
  • Meet your neighbors
  • Enjoy community events
  • Stay in the know about community happenings
  • Advocate for the safety of Crescent Hill’s residents and visitors
  • Volunteer in your community

Membership is a way to positively impact the neighborhood in which you live. Whether you have a little or a lot of time to spare, we have plenty of ways for you to get involved.

From serving on a committee to volunteering at an event, you can find the right opportunity that matches your interests and schedule. Of course, becoming a member does not require a time commitment on your part. You can choose to be actively involved or just support your community with your membership dues.

What Does It Cost to Become a Member?

Member dues are only $25 for a one-year membership or $125 for a five-year membership! Your membership dollars are used to support the many community programs and events we hold throughout the year.

Join the CHCC and make a difference in your neighborhood!

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